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US NEWS Rankings - 2012

cottonmathercottonmather Posts: 137- Junior Member
edited September 2011 in Harvard University
US News – 2012 RANKINGS

#1 Harvard University
#1 Princeton University
#3 Yale University
#4 Columbia University
#5 California Institute of Technology
#5 Massachusetts Institute of Technology
#5 Stanford University
#5 University of Chicago
#5 University of Pennsylvania
#10 Duke University
#11 Dartmouth College
#12 Northwestern University
#13 Johns Hopkins University
#14 Washington University in St. Louis
#15 Brown University
#15 Cornell University
#17 Rice University
#17 Vanderbilt University
#19 University of Notre Dame
#20 Emory University
#21 University of California--Berkeley
#22 Georgetown University
#23 Carnegie Mellon University
#24 University of Southern California
#25 University of California--Los Angeles
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Replies to: US NEWS Rankings - 2012

  • cottonmathercottonmather Posts: 137- Junior Member
    Best Value Schools – Good Schools at Great Prices
    US News - 2012

    #1 Harvard University
    #2 Yale University
    #3 Princeton University
    #4 Stanford University
    #5 Mass. Inst. Of Technology
    #6 Columbia University
    #7 Dartmouth College
    #8 Calif. Inst. Of Trchnology
    #9 Duke University
    #10 Cornell University


    (Based on % of students receiving financial aid, size of the typical aid package, and fraction of the total cost covered by aid package)
  • ridgwayridgway Posts: 125Registered User Junior Member
    Looks identical to what it always has...
  • HarvardParentHarvardParent Posts: 184Registered User Junior Member
    Yawn :-).........
  • cottonmathercottonmather Posts: 137- Junior Member
    Best Undergraduate Education - According to H.S. Counselors

    High school counselor rank

    #1 Harvard University
    #1 Mass. Inst. Of Technology
    #1 Stanford University
    #1 Yale University
    #5 Brown University
    #5 Columbia University
    #5 Dartmouth College
    #5 Princeton University
    #9 Cornell University
    #9 Duke University
    #9 Georgetown University
    #9 Johns Hopkins University
  • cottonmathercottonmather Posts: 137- Junior Member
    National Universities with a 6-yr graduation rate of 90% +

    Harvard University
    97%
    Brown University
    96%
    Columbia University
    96%
    Princeton University
    96%
    University of Notre Dame
    96%
    University of Pennsylvania
    96%
    Yale University
    96%
    Dartmouth College
    95%
    Stanford University
    95%
    Duke University
    94%
    Northwestern University
    94%
    Washington University in St. Louis
    94%
    Cornell University
    93%
    Georgetown University
    93%
    Massachusetts Institute of Technology
    93%
    University of Virginia
    93%
    Johns Hopkins University
    92%
    Rice University
    92%
    University of Chicago
    92%
    Boston College
    91%
    Brandeis University
    91%
    Tufts University
    91%
    University of California--Berkeley
    91%
    Vanderbilt University
    91%
    California Institute of Technology
    90%
  • cottonmathercottonmather Posts: 137- Junior Member
    Average Need-based Financial Aid Grant:

    Harvard University
    $39,156
    Stanford University
    $39,000
    Yale University
    $38,914
    Columbia University
    $38,356
    Vanderbilt University
    $36,352
    Cornell University
    $34,757
    Dartmouth College
    $36,401
    Duke University
    $35,578
    University of Chicago
    $34,650
    Mass. Inst. Of Tech.
    $35,266
    Princeton University
    $35,688
    Brown University
    $33,861
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